Injuries Caused By Repetitive Motions At Work

A relatively simple motion like using your fingers to type a letter or lifting a part off of an assembly line may not cause damage now, but year after year, it can slowly wear down tendons, bones and joints. If you are suffering from a repetitive motion injury after years on the job, the experienced attorneys at Cohen, Feeley, Altemose & Rambo can help.

At our Pennsylvania workers' compensation law firm, we understand the toll that repetitive motion injuries can take. We have extensive experience helping injured workers obtain medical and wage loss benefits for their injuries.

You have rights as an injured worker, including the right to an attorney. In Allentown, Bethlehem or Whitehall, call 888-854-6895 for a free consultation.

Common Repetitive Motion Injuries

Our lawyers help workers who have experienced all types of repetitive stress injuries. Among the most common are injuries that occur in occupations such as construction, clerical work, manufacturing, warehousing, nursing and health care. Repetitive motion injuries include:

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Shoulder joint injuries
  • Rotator cuff injuries
  • Back injuries
  • Knee injuries
  • Other injuries

Because these injuries occur over time, the insurance company will work hard to show that your activities outside of work are responsible for your injuries. It may even go so far as to say that playing video games with your children is the cause of your carpal tunnel rather than the 30 hours per week you spend working with your hands. We will hold the insurance company accountable and build a strong case for achieving a settlement or a workers' comp award that is in your best interests, not theirs.

Representing Repetitive Stress Claimants

Contact us today for a free consultation to learn more about how our repetitive stress injury lawyers can help you. When you speak with our experienced legal team, we will completely explain your rights and evaluate your options.